Wednesday, November 21, 2007

anna kuperberg

it's easy to see why the work of anna kuperberg has been featured in martha stewart.
i was warming up to the idea of textures, but upon revisiting a few photography greats, like jesh de rox, it was a little too much for me. but anna does it the best for me, i think because it's so subtle. here's some more work on her blog

1 comment:

Neil Cowley said...

Just looks like you need some comment love so I'd just chime in that I'm thrilled to see a bride who understands it all. Anna's a friend of mine and fellow instructor at the Foundation Workshop ( you might enjoy the image stream at

Cause what Anna, Sean, Huy, myself and what I think you're loving most in photography is perspective. It's an often overlooked part of the creative process because it is 'assumed' by the mind in reading the image. But for those of us working toward an artistic and journalistic edge the perspective from which the composition is based is the element that gives the image the added richness, the second layer of story, or the envronmental emphasis that takes you into the moment. The perspective can't be changed, but the tonality can be improved after the fact.